Cheeky Nathan J. Hulse couldn't resist documenting fuzzy English "in event of fire" emergency instructions from The Rapiers' Hamina, Finland hotel stay a fortnight ago, then suggesting Colin Pryce-Jones rehearse the final point.
Exposure aside, The Rapiers hotted up a Night of Frantic British Rock 'n' Roll at the Jack-Up Club.
"The gig went well, 180 people in attendance, just short of capacity," says Nathan. "We did a whole mix of material, including a tribute to [the late] Jet Harris, 36-24-36, Apache and Scarlet O'Hara, a solid 90-minute performance, no break. Colin was suffering with his voice slightly but he managed."
On the way back to England, Nathan captured snowbound Finland in a new shade of blue from the Nordic air.